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Cramer: Market action shows investors are taking a 'leap of taste'

Tyler Clifford

"The run this morning had a lot more to do with a leap of taste, meaning money managers were buying the stocks of high-quality companies because their stories are meatier than the average investor may realize," CNBC's Jim Cramer says. "The market doesn't care about Jeff Bezos' personal life," the "Mad Money" host says. "Call both Micron and Apple vulnerable until we hear that China's economy is turning around without a trade war," he says.